Category:Sir Thomas Playford (1896-1981)

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Thomas Playford 
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Premier of South Australia (1935-1965)
Wikipedia
Date of birth 5 July 1896
Norton Summit
Date of death 16 June 1981
Adelaide
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Employer
Member of
  • Electricity Trust of South Australia Board
Member of political party
Position held
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (8 April 1933, 18 March 1938, Murray, Frank Staniford, Richard L. McKenzie, South Australian state election, 1933, Liberal and Country League)
  • Premier of South Australia (5 November 1938, 10 March 1965, Richard L. Butler, Frank Walsh, 33)
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (19 March 1938, 1 March 1968, Gumeracha, Bryant Giles, Liberal and Country League, South Australian state election, 1938, South Australian state election, 1941, South Australian state election, 1944, South Australian state election, 1947, South Australian state election, 1950, South Australian state election, 1953, South Australian state election, 1956, South Australian state election, 1959, South Australian state election, 1962, South Australian state election, 1965)
  • Treasurer of South Australia (5 November 1938, 10 March 1965, Richard Butler, Frank Walsh)
Native language
Work location
Award received
Authority control
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